What We Do

What we do

We are saving lives of famine/hunger affected internal displaced persons (IDPs) and improving socio-economic welfare of the vulnerable poorest people at the grassroots communities in South Sudan through the following major Project core themes.

Food Security and Livelihoods

  • Distribution of emergency relief assistance (food and non-food items) to save lives of the vulnerable communities from ongoing famine and hunger
  • Promotion of sustainable livelihoods through distribution of agricultural seeds and tools.
  • Economic empowerment of women and youths through microfinance and vocational training.

Peace building, Conflict resolution and promotion of human rights

  • We work to train communities in conflict mediation and dialogue, through providing peace building training to youths and facilitating communal peace dialogue.
  • We use media such as community radio talk shows to promote a culture of peace and reconciliation, reaching thousands of people at a time.
  • We also facilitate ‘Sports for Peace’ activities in order to engage youths in peace building.


  • Child Protection
  • Prevention and response to Gender Based Violence

Shelter and non-food items

  • Construction of low cost houses for the vulnerable widows/orphans and single mothers.
  • Distribution of shelter materials to vulnerable conflict affected communities, including provision of plastic sheets, tarpaulin and blankets.

Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH)

  • We aim to provide basic sanitation, hygiene promotion and access to clean drinking water to vulnerable communities

Education in emergencies

  • Provision of schooling materials
  • Design and implementation of accelerated learning programmes for youths.
  • Vocational training